Is this the end for Robey?

USC junior Nickell Robey spoke with FOX Sports NEXT in El Paso as the Trojans prepare to play in their first bowl game in two years. Robey discusses the possibility of leaving early for the NFL, defending against Georgia Tech's triple-option offense, and bowl week festivities.

EL PASO, Texas -- He could be staying, but the reality is he might also go.

If USC junior Nickell Robey is leaning one way or the other about whether to bolt for the NFL, he certainly isn't letting on.

"I got my evaluation papers back," Robey said after Sun Bowl practice in El Paso, "but as far as a decision, I haven't made a decision yet."

The 5-foot-8,165-pound Robey wouldn't share the feedback from his NFL evaluation, opting to keep the information between himself and his coaches.

He did not say if and when he'll make a public announcement, instead choosing to focus on USC's first trip to a bowl game in two years.

"I'm having a great time here," Robey said.

USC plays Georgia Tech in the Sun Bowl on New Years Eve.

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